Catch a Glimpse of our 2017 Irrational Economic Summit

On Monday we began a two-week series to highlight the truth about some of the hottest topics on the Street… Cryptocurrencies. Space Ex. Legalized pot. Fin-Tech. You name it. We’ve brought together experts at the top of their fields in each of these areas to share their insights with you over the coming days and weeks. More importantly, all of them will be speaking at our Irrational Economic Summit in October. There, you’ll get a deeper dive into their research and findings, learn how to make some serious money from the real trends and get all your questions answered along […]

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Cryptocurrencies: Fad or Long-Term Trend?

Bitcoin. Blockchain. Ethereum. Veritaseum. Litecoin. Ripple. ICOs. It seems like nowadays you can’t listen to or read the news without hearing something about cryptocurrencies. And it looks like investors are going crazy over it. Ripple has gained 3,000% this year. More than $ 1 billion has been raised in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) so far in 2017. Unsurprisingly, here at Dent Research, we get dozens of questions from subscribers wanting to know if this is another tulip bubble or the real deal. Unfortunately, I’m not well versed on any of the cryptocurrency stuff, so I was thrilled when I met […]

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Why a Major Revolution Is Brewing

I have written many articles on how extremely polarized our politics has become in the last decade. I’ve dedicated several Leading Edge newsletters to the topic. I talked about it at our 2016 Irrational Economic Summit. I even discuss it briefly in my new book, Trump, Brexit, and the Next Civil War, which will be available around mid-August. I talk about it so much because it’s related to the mega 250-Year Revolution Cycle sweeping over us right now. We’ll feel the effects of this cycle for decades to come… which I detail in my new book. But today I want […]

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Beware… We Face the Greatest Turning Point in October

Normally the worst season for the stock market is between July and November, especially August through mid-October, with September the worst month for losses (on average, of course). The first wave of the 1929 to 1932 crash ran from early September into mid-November, claiming a loss of 47% in just two and a half months. This year, this time frame could be equally dangerous… I’m a long-term forecaster, so I look to Andrew Pancholi at markettimingreport.com to fine tune the shorter-term situation. That’s not an easy task. And it’s impossible to be right all of the time. If you can […]

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When It Comes to Investments, Don’t Listen to the Daily News

The hot topic in politics of late is “fake news”… like the media is the villain. Sometimes they are. MSNBC obviously has a clear leaning towards the left, and Fox towards the right. That’s why I prefer to watch some CNN. But I think the media generally does a good job of trying to find the truth, even if from a biased side. They ask hard questions and uncover scandals. A free press has always been a cornerstone of democracy, and should be allowed to do its job. My biggest gripe isn’t with the media. Instead, it’s with special interests. […]

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Yellen’s Delusional Statement Guarantees a Crash Is Around the Corner

Janet Yellen Said What!? She just had to do it! Human behavior and its accompanying delusion is just so predictable! Earlier this week, she straight up said that “she does not believe there will be another financial crisis in her (our) lifetime…” WHAT?! She believes this to be true because of the banking reforms since 2008. But that’s just ridiculous. All they have done with free and cheap money is recapitalize the banks at the expense of savers and shifted all the risk to the private sectors. Free money has doubled leveraged loans and corporate debt, and created massive artificial […]

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Canadians Have Lost Their Ever-Loving Minds!

I’ve been seeing a lot in the news lately about Canadian and Australian real estate prices. Here’s just a sampling: New Brunswick real estate offers a lesson on peak housing prices Condo flipping on the rise as Vancouver market heats up Face it Canada – you’re a real estate addict and no one wants a cure Canada real estate industry welcomes Buffett to the neighborhood Canada’s red hot real estate heats up apartment market to heights not seen in 30 years Canada is on the ‘A-list’ for commercial real estate investors, in a world of uncertainty Most of what we’re […]

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Car Sales Were Always Going Over This Cliff

The Retail Apocalypse. Carmageddon. Same story. Different industry. And we called both decades ago! Autos are the last splurge for aging Baby Boomers. Their kids leave the nest and finally the parents can buy the car they wanted, not that damned minivan to taxi kids around. But as we age, we don’t drive nearly as much and those luxury or mid-life-crisis sports cars last a long time. So, even though Baby Boomers followed the pattern and bought better cars, they rebuy as often, which causes a decline in auto spending, especially after age 48. At least, that’s what our research […]

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The Top 7 Cases Against Gold

Gold Optimists Could be Jumping the Gun Lately, analysts are growing increasingly giddy about gold’s rise in value to near $ 1,300/oz. Hey, we said it was going to $ 1,400 after the extreme sell-off down to $ 1,055. And recently we warned that if it broke above a downward trend line in rallies, it might even go to as high as $ 1,450, after previously reaching $ 1,383. And that looks more likely now. But they’re excited for all the wrong reasons. In the next several months it’ll be time to SELL the precious metal again… not the time […]

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The Retail Apocalypse We Saw Coming

It’s like a scene out of “Resident Evil.” Sheets of newspaper scratch along the dusty linoleum floor as the wind beats them into the remnants of a bench… or through the open glass door and into the darkened, empty space beyond. Escalators haven’t run in decades. The air itself looks dusty. Could this really be the future of the American mall? Not unless we have a nuclear apocalypse! As for this retail apocalypse you’ve been hearing so much about… Well, it’s bad – yes! – and it’s going to get worse, but I’m writing today to tell you it was […]

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